Red Phone Box K6


The K6 kiosk is identified as Britain’s red Telephone Box; in fact eight kiosk types were introduced by the General Post Office between 1926 and 1983. The K6 was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of the coronation of King George V in 1935.

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This K6 Telephone Box has mainly perspex with some glass.  There are two glass panels missing at the top so that a sling can be fed through to lift.  The cast iron is in very good condition.  The door and self closing mechanism are in good order.  There is a ‘modern’ pay phone inside that comes with it.  The price is certainly negotiable and depends a lot on your ability to arrange collection.  We are trying to work out a deal on delivery but there are too many factors to cover in offering a set price.  We are also able to offer complete refurbishment of glass and painting at an additional cost.  Please contact for more information.



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